ID Camps

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  1. keepit100

    keepit100 New Member

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    I know the individual college camps are solid in that the exposure effort there is ultra targeted. In terms of the multi-college camps, I am trying to sort of stack rank some of those. There is a ton of noise and mass emails blasts driven by various marketing organizations which makes it tough. Does anyone have a good experience or a recommendation in terms of a solid multi-college camp in Cali ?
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    ECNL Well-Known Member

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    UC San Diego and Stanford come to mind. Clubs also do intimate ID camps like Santa Rosa, Placer, San ramon FC etc.

    If your college is attending and your dd has reached out and established a relationship w a particular coach then attend. Otherwise IMO these multi-camps are just money makers.
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    Do the college coaches actually get paid to be there?

    Anyone have experience with College Soccer Academy? They have been blowing up my email since my daughter was 10.
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    There are chances that your kid could be identified and go through the recruiting process, but as @ECNL said, the multi-camps are money makers. She's completely right! Encourage your kid, coach, DOC to reach out to the school before you attend. IF they are in contact then it's better. If not, save your money.

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